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NZ Idol...Nik fav to win...Teresa fav for wildcard

NZ Idol...Nik fav to win...Teresa fav for wildcard

NEW ZEALAND, Aug. 9/ MediaNet International-AsiaNet/ --

Masterton man Nik is Centrebet's overwhelming favourite to win the second series of NZ Idol.

Centrebet rates Nik twice as likely as any other contestant to take out the singing competition.

Wellington woman Teresa is Centrebet's favourite to make the Top Ten as the wildcard winner.

Helen Clark's Labour is Centrebet's odds-on favourite to govern after the September 17 election.

NZ Idol winner
3.00 Nik (Masterton)
6.00 Ashley (Cambridge)
6.00 Keshia (Auckland)
7.00 Rongo (Mohaka)
7.00 Steven (Invercargill)
11.00 Jesse (Hamilton)
11.00 Rosita (Auckland)
13.00 Teresa (Wellington)
15.00 Lissel (Christchurch)
17.00 Frank (Rotorua)
21.00 Shelley (Pukehohe)
26.00 Marcel (Christchurch)
34.00 Saelyn (Invercargill)
51.00 Maselina (Wellington)
67.00 Kevin (Wellington)
81.00 Malia (Hastings)
101.00 Clark (Auckland)

NZ Idol wildcard winner
2.10 Teresa (Wellington)
2.75 Lissel (Christchurch)
6.50 Marcel (Christchurch)
9.00 Saelyn (Invercargill)
15.00 Maselina (Wellington)
21.00 Kevin (Wellington)
26.00 Malia (Hastings)
34.00 Clark (Auckland)

Sex of the NZ Idol winner
1.66 Male
2.10 Female

NZ prime minister
1.61 Labour (Helen Clark)
2.20 National (Don Brash)
251.00 bar

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